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Charles Finch , ? A journey across America. Stark Munro, M. German naturalist and illustrator; private secretary to the Queen of Prussia. Cates ; Hess a. German musician who played in the orchestra of the Royal Italian Opera in London and later became a violin tutor; his interests turned to entomology and he developed a particular interest in Coleoptera and especially phytophagous beetles; his first chrysomelid collection is at the Museum of Comparative Zoology in Cambridge, Massachusetts, while his second is at the Natural History Museum in London first selection and at the Museum of Comparative Zoology.

Anonymous , P ; Waterhouse xcvii—xcviii. Migneaux ; Gouillard 46 ; Cambefort —, P ; Frank Godman who presented them to the British Museum Natural History in Ratzeburg ; Anonymous a ; Gilbert 43, P ; Cambefort British natural history dealer, publisher, and entomologist who specialized in Coleoptera particularly Cetoniinae ; collected in Iceland in and in Ireland during World War I; son of Edward Wesley Janson [q.

Anonymous , P ; Cambefort French natural history dealer and coleopterist mainly interested in Scarabaeidae and Curculionidae ; sold the remaining of his holdings to Achille Deyrolle [q. Constantin 46 ; Cambefort French naturalist and anthropologist; professor of zoology, anatomy and comparative physiology at the Faculty of Sciences and the Medical School in Toulouse.

Tissandier ; Clos Spanish forest engineer and naturalist; worked in the Philippines from to Casals Costa ; Pinar German forester; director of the Academy of Forestry in Tharandt — Anonymous a, P ; Hess Thalmann Kaeseberg, Karl. Professor at Wuppertal in Germany. Ascherson ; Landois , P ; Wunschmann Anonymous ; Damm German zoologist and paleontologist; assistant and later director of the natural history museum located in the palace of Grand Duke Ludewig I in Darmstadt.

Anonymous ; Heldmann ; Adler 54, P. Anonymous ; Schmidt Rabaud British clergyman and naturalist; rector of Barham for 68 years; founding member of the Entomological Society of London; his collection was given to the Entomological Society of London in and subsequently transferred to the Natural History Museum. British entomologist, mostly interested in Lepidoptera; assistant naturalist at the Museum of the Royal Dublin Society — ; curator at the British Museum Natural History in London — Kirby , P ; Morice clxvi—clxviii ; Harvey et al.

Austrian physician in Gmunden. Oberhammer Gerstaecker ; Anonymous liv ; Hess a ; Evenhuis a: , P. Austrian naturalist; professor of zoology and mineralogy and librarian at the private boarding school Theresianum in Vienna — Wurzbach Zincken ; Poggendorff ; Hess b. Sachtleben Bohemian naturalist; assistant professor of botany at the University of Prague; assistant in zoology at the Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg — ; professor of zoology, botany, mineralogy, and paleontology at the Polytechnic Institute in Brno; the bulk of his collection is at the Polytechnic Institute in Brno but some of his Coleoptera including types are at the Natural History Museum in Prague.

Poggendorff — ; Wurzbach — ; Flasar ; Smetana and Herman 89—90, P. Austrian entomologist; curator at the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna. Schiner ; Ratzeburg — ; Hess c ; Evenhuis a: , P. Austrian explorer and botanist; collected extensively in the Middle East and northern Africa; director of the Imperial Cabinet of Curiosities in Vienna now the Naturhistorisches Museum Wien.

Reichardt ; Rechinger ; Knoll ; Riedl-Dorn Austrian physician and botanist; practiced first in Stierning, later in Steyr. Rosenthal ; Anonymous c, P. Prussian civil servant and politician. Petrich German entomologist specialist of Hymenoptera and particularly Ichneumonidae; cantonal school teacher at Chur, Switzerland, for nine years; later, curator at the Zoological State Museum in Munich.

Anonymous ; Konow ; Taschenberg German theologian; joined the Benedictine Monastery St. Stephan in Augsburg in and after ordination in taught at a Latin school; moved to Ottobeuren in where he founded a theater club and in a museum of antiquities and natural history where he remained curator until his death.

Moeller and Jahn German entomologist and malacologist; professor of natural history and technology at the gymnasium in Erlangen; later, administrator of the telegraph station in Bamberg; his collections, which were in poor condition, were scattered. Meyer ; Bolling Hungarian entomologist; educated as a lawyer but because of serious lung problem turn to natural science; curator of the Coleoptera and later Orthoptera collections at the Hungarian Natural History Museum — Csiki , P.

Anonymous b, P ; Barthe — Swiss naturalist illustrator in Basel. Burckhardt French coleopterist; built one of the largest private beetle collection of his time which was put on sale in Cambefort — Austrian botanist and entomologist; professor of natural history at the University of Innsbruck; his collection is at the Tiroler Landesmuseum, also known as the Ferdinandeum, in Innsbruck. Dipauli ; Wurzbach 1—5 ; Thaler Packard ; Landrieu , P ; Delange ; Jaussaud — Selys-Longchamps , P ; Pauly 53—54, P.

French naturalist; led scientific expeditions to North America — and South America — ; served as French consul in several cities in the world including Bahia, Cape Town, and Melbourne — ; his first collection was given to the National Institution of the Promotion of Science in Washington DC precursor to the Smithsonian in but was probably destroyed by fire in January , while part of his later collection was left to the Melbourne Museum in Australia.

British physician and naturalist; assistant librarian and later curator at the British Museum Natural History from to ; afterwards moved with his elder sister to the continent where they stayed at various villas in southern France and northern Italy; his collection was acquired in by the British Museum Natural History. Knight — ; Mearns and Mearns — ; Damkaer — ; Gilbert b. American naturalist and army officer; served in the United States Army Corps of Topographical Engineers — , first as captain and later as major; father of John Lawrence LeConte [q.

Barnhart ; Brodhead ; Adler 52, P. American entomologist of independent means who became the most outstanding North American coleopterist of the 19th Century; received a medical degree in but never owned a private practice; visited the south shore of Lake Superior in with his cousin Joseph LeConte; travelled to the Rocky Mountains the next year; explored the north shore of Lake Superior in in company of several scientists including Louis Agassiz; went to California via Panama in ; volunteered as a surgeon to the Army Medical Corps during the Civil War and soon raised to the rank of lieutenant colonel; served as geologist on a railroad survey through Kansas and New Mexico during the summer of ; appointed assistant director of the US Mint in Philadelphia in , a position held until his death; his collection was deposited at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Austrian Silesian-born explorer, naturalist and ethnologist; explored Algeria — , Caucasus several times —, — and Mongolia ; his Coleoptera collection was scattered. Hetschko ; Manndorff French civil servant and entomologist who specialized in Coleoptera; worked at the minister of civil engineering. Fairmaire , P ; Lhoste 78—79 ; Gouillard German apothecary; owned a pharmacy in Bad Lauterberg im Harz. Wagenitz ; Heerde — Reineck ; Vollmann Netolitzky and Vogel 56 ; Anonymous b. German naturalist and classical philologist; from , professor at a reformatory in Schnepfenthal.

Ratzeburg — ; Burbach German mineralogist; professor of mineralogy at the University of Jena. Russian naturalist and explorer; led an expedition organized by the Academy of Saint Petersburg to investigate the Volga region, the Urals and northern European Russia — ; in led an nine-month expedition to Byelorussia; director of the botanical garden in Saint Petersburg — ; permanent secretary of the Russian Academy — Anonymous 8—10 ; Lukina ; Anonymous e, P. German naturalist and geologist; professor of natural history at the University of Leipzig; later, professor of natural history at the University of Marburg; his collection is at the Natural History Museum in Dublin.

German clergyman and naturalist; professor of natural history at the Collegium Josephinum in Hildesheim — and from also vicar of the city. Mulsant b, P ; Lhoste 76— British entomologist; worked for a firm engaged in the tea trade; made prolonged stays in China and Japan; his collection is at the Natural History Museum in London. Edwards German clergyman and naturalist; assistant director and later director of the Academic school of the Johanneum in Hamburg — ; general superintendent and professor of theology at the University of Helmstedt — German practicing physician in Leipzig.

Adelung and Rotermund ; Poggendorff American Swedish-born entomologist; moved to America in and first found work in a chemical laboratory in Brooklyn, New York; later, curator in entomology at the U. National Museum — Chittenden ; Schwarz Swedish physician and naturalist; professor of medicine and botany at the University of Uppsala; established the binomial system of nomenclature.

Galician naturalist, paleontologist and geologist; professor at gymnasiums in Lviv and Ternopil — ; curator at the Dzieduszycki Museum in Lviv — Spanish physician, lawyer and naturalist; following his marriage in became manager of the numerous lands in Galicia owned by his wife. Dosil Mancilla 35—48, P. Hansen , P ; Engelhart 20—21, P. German physician and naturalist; professor at the University of Leipzig — Anonymous b ; Schmidt Maehler, Franz Joseph. Physician in Heidelberg, Germany. Maillard, J. Finnish naturalist; professor of zoology at the University of Helsinki; his collection is at the Finnish Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki.

Reuter ; Sandahl ; Smetana and Herman —, P. Malinowsky, von. Army Captain and Major de Place in Magdeburg where he died; his collection of insects was purchased by the University of Berlin, currently the Humboldt University. Austrian geologist and zoologist; court chamberlain and archivist of the Geological Survey of Austria in Vienna. Rogenhofer ; Pelzeln , P.

French priest and coleopterist; after teaching in Paris and Mans, founded an institution of secondary education in Laval Mayenne in where he remained director until ; about a year later, became study director at the Institution Sainte-Marie in Paris for three years; in , made an eight-month stay in North America during which he met John L. British entomologist, with a particular interest in Coleoptera; employed in the Exchequer Loan Office and later as secretary to the West India Dock Company; co-founded the Linnean Society of London for which he was secretary and treasurer for many years; his collection was sold at auction in September and a first selection was acquired by James Francis Stephens and is now at the Natural History Museum in London.

Walker ; Smetana and Herman , P ; Foote b. British merchant, naturalist and philanthropist; tradesman in Exeter; investigated and wrote report on London mendicity. Anonymous ; Lisney —, P. British naturalist illustrator, entomologist, conchologist and pamphleteer; founded the Academy for Illustrating and Painting Natural History; the splendor of his plates for his Universal Conchologist — brought him rewards in the form of gold medals from Pope Pius VI, the German Emperor Ferdinand, and the king of Naples; not to be confused with the botanist Thomas Martyn [—].

Boulger ; Weiss ; McConnell Australian British-born gardener, entomologist and energetic collector of natural history specimens; emigrated from England to Australia in ; assistant curator at the Australian Museum in Sydney — ; curator of the Macleay Museum — , a position he held after the Museum was moved to the University of Sydney; his private collection of Coleoptera is at the Macleay Museum in Sydney. British clergyman and naturalist with special interest in ornithology and Coleoptera; rector of Gumley for 44 years; his trichopterygids, amphizoids, scaphidiids, silphids and corylophids of the world are at the Natural History Museum in London.

Fowler Austrian naturalist particularly interested in conchology and entomology; first custodian of the natural history and mineral collections at the Imperial Court Museum of Natural History in Vienna; established an auction hall in the Civic Hospital in Vienna; his first collection, donated in to the Imperial Court Museum, was destroyed by fire in ; a second collection ended up at the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna after his death.

Bergmann 58—59 ; Schenkling ; Evenhuis b: — British engineer and naturalist; served as an officer in the Royal Engineers of the British Army; appointed government surveyor in St. Helena — ; afterwards returned to London and eventually formed the engineering firm J. Melliss and Co.

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American country physician in Davidsburg, Pennsylvania, interested in astronomy and Coleoptera; son of Frederick Valentine Melsheimer [q. LeConte [q. Hagen ; Osborn 13—24 ; Mallis 9— German clergyman and naturalist; at the age of 26 appointed chaplain to the Brunswick Dragoons, an auxiliary regiment, and sailed to Quebec; taken prisoner at the battle of Bennington by the American troops in August ; paroled after an imprisonment of 14 months in Massachusetts and sent to New York and later to Pennsylvania where he soon resigned as chaplain and became a pastor of Lutheran churches; married with 11 children of which two, Frederick Ernst [q.

Hagen ; Osborn 13—24 ; Mallis 9—13, P ; Onofrio — French naturalist; worked at the Jardins des Plantes under Cuvier and Latreille; made an expedition to Brazil — ; moved to Saint Petersburg in ; visited Caucasus — and continued to the Caspian coast up to the Persian boundary; curator of the entomological collections of the Zoological Museum of the Academy of Sciences — ; to meet ends, taught at a college of girls; most specimens from his collections are in the Zoological Institute in Saint Petersburg and the Zoological Museum, Moscow State University, but some types may have ended up in other collections mainly because Motschulsky used the collections as his own, taking a lot of material to his home, retained the most interesting specimens, used duplicates for exchange, and returned to the museum only the remaining.

German diplomat, naturalist interested mainly in conchology, and natural history dealer; secretary to the German legation in Copenhagen; later, liaison secretary in The Hague. Evenhuis b: — ; Holthuis Meyer, Ernst Julius Jacob 13 March —? Practicing physician in Berlin and later in Dresden, Germany. Hess a ; Willenberg ; Adler German businessman and coleopterist; worked in several cities in southern Europe before settling in Vienna.

Scheerpeltz German professor and school director in Hamburg; later, assistant at the Institute of Geography at the University of Hamburg. Anonymous , P. French naturalist of independent means. Caumont ; Boreau Anonymous a ; Quatrefages ; Berthelot ; Anthony ; Tort ; Jaussaud — Italian zoologist; professor of zoology at the University of Catania — and after at the University of Messina; accepted in the chair of invertebrate zoology at the University of Florence.

Stefanelli ; Conci and Poggi : Chilean Jesuit, historian and naturalist; moved to Italy in when the Jesuits were expelled from Chile; professor of natural history at the University of Bologna. British antiquary and entomologist who specialised in Hymenoptera and Diptera; his collection of beetles was presented to the Bury St. Edmunds Museum about Blair Irish clergyman, ornithologist and entomologist; served as curate at various parishes in England; later, rector at Newburnholme.

Woodward ; Morris , P ; Kofoid Danish naturalist; tutor of a young son of a noble family — with whom he travelled through Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, and Holland between and ; married a wealthy Norwegian widow in which enable him to devote himself to science; his insect collection was destroyed in when the English bombarded Copenhagen. German pastor and zoologist; Lutheran clergyman at Amersfoort and Leeuwarden Netherlands ; later, professor of philosophy and librarian at the University of Erlangen.

Anonymous ; Breyer ; Hess b ; Adler 39— British judicial officer and naturalist; writer to the signet in Edinburgh; later, assistant secretary to the Royal Horticultural Society in London; travelled to Utah and California in ; the whereabouts of his collection are unknown. Anonymous c ; Boulger German physician and naturalist in Arnstadt; his collection of insects is lost. Reinhold Finnish naturalist and artist; professor of zoology and botany at the Richelieu Lyceum in Odessa; later, professor of natural history at the University of Helsinki.

Cambefort P ; Cambefort — German educator and naturalist; professor of natural history in Aschaffenburg. Kittel ; Buttler and Klein 74— Portuguese naturalist; professor of zoology and director of the zoological museum at the University of Coimbra; his collection was acquired by the University of Coimbra. Silva and Aranha ; Nobre Australian British-born entomologist; curator and private secretary to Lord Walsingham — ; moved to Australia and became assistant entomologist at the Australian Museum in Sydney — ; later, appointed government entomologist at the Agricultural Department of New South Wales — ; part of his collection is at the Australian Museum in Sydney and at the British Museum private collection of non-Australian Coleoptera in London.

Hungarian educator and coleopterist; professor at a gymnasium in Sibiu, currently in Romania. Kaszab Albans, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. British economic entomologist of independent means. Italian naturalist and explorer of independent means; travelled to Middle East —31, —42 and to America —36, — Dutch entomologist and dendrologist; lecturer in zoology at the University of Amsterdam; later, estate manager. Weber , P ; Meijere , P.

Palmer 74— French naturalist and traveler; studied law and worked as lawyer at the parliament in Paris for some times; explored the kingdoms of Oware and Benin in western Africa, Haiti and United States of America — ; Knight of the Legion of Honour; a large part of his collections were lost but some specimens were bought by Pierre August Dejean [q.

German physician, botanist, and entomologist; practiced medicine at Hersbruck, near Nuremberg. British coleopterist with a special interest in Lucanidae; served in the army — and retired with the grade of Major; his collection and library were auctioned on 16 May in London but a large part is at the Natural History Museum in London. British physician and entomologist; surgeon in the Navy, serving on the Australian, West Indian and Mediterranean stations; his collection of over specimens, including many types, was sold to the British Museum Natural History in Swedish court officer, poet, ornithologist and entomologist; his collection of insects is at the Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet in Stockholm.

Blumm ; Heurlin et al. Pensa, Antonio. Italian physician in Milan. Director of indirect taxation in Nice. Mulsant , P ; Cambefort , P. German naturalist; private docent in Munich — ; professor of zoology and later dean at the University of Bern — ; the Brazilian specimens collected from the Spix and Martius expedition are in the Zoologische Staatssammlung des Bayerischen Staates in Munich. Hess ; Kurmann ; Papavero — ; Kirschner Italian physician, botanist and entomologist; professor of botany at the University of Naples; director of the Monte Oliveto Botanical Garden in Naples; not known to have owned a personal collection of insects.

Stearns ; Lisney 42—64 ; Salmon — ; Allen Kurir German physician, chemist and physicist; professor of medicine and chemistry at the University of Kiel; member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences. Karsten ; Kragh and Bak German zoologist and botanist; high school teacher in Cassel, Germany — ; moved to Santiago in ; professor of botany and zoology at the University of Santiago and director of the Natural History Museum; his collection is at that museum.

British geologist; professor of geology at the University of Dublin and later at the University of Oxford. Anonymous e ; Bonney ; Morrell , P. Villiers , P ; Cambefort —, P. Swiss zoologist and palaeontologist; professor of zoology and comparative anatomy at the Academy of Geneva. Soret , P ; Peters et al. Italian priest; professor of mathematics and natural history at the San Alessandro College in Milan as well as curator of the natural history museum.

Rovida ; Anonymous b. Swiss geographer, botanist and ethnologist; moved to Costa Rica in where he studied the fauna and flora of the country and founded the Physical Geographic Institute; relocated to the United States in to work at the Department of Agriculture, section botany; stayed in Venezuela in and returned for good in ; the Henri Pittier National Park in Venezuela is named after him. Ernesti — ; Conci ; Speta French clergyman, botanist and explorer; sent by Louis XVI to La Calle [El Kala] in Algeria in —86 to study the flora; defrocked during the French Revolution and became professor of natural history in Soissons Aisne ; the electronic journal Poiretia, created in to survey, describe and map animals and plants living in North Africa, honors his memory.

Baudemant Danish prelate, historian, and topologist; professor of theology at the University of Copenhagen; bishop of Bergen — ; vice chancellor at the University of Copenhagen — ; published mainly translations and material supplied by other authors. French naturalist and leading proponent of spontaneous generation; professor at the Rouen Museum of natural history and the Rouen Jardin des Plantes; later, professor at the School of Medicine at Rouen. Italian zoologist; professor of mineralogy and zoology at the University of Pavia; his collections are at the Museo Civico di Storia Naturale of Pavia which was merged recently to the museum of the University of Pavia.

Baltic pastor and naturalist; deacon in Riga. Anonymous a ; Recke and Napiersky — Bohemian naturalist; inspector and surveyor of mines in Prague; his Coleoptera collection is at the Natural History Museum in Prague. Eiselt 64—65 ; Evenhuis b: Headmaster of a public school in Mistek, Moravia; later, headmaster of a school for girls in Witkowitz currently Ostrava , Moravia. Huard ; Essig —, P ; Desmeules , P. Preudhomme de Borre ; Dewalque Swedish naturalist; worked at the Botanical garden of the University of Uppsala; intendant of the cabinet of natural history of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm; later, professor of chemistry and natural sciences at the military school in Stockholm.

Catteau-Calleville ; Anonymous a. Eccentric and controversial naturalist who published on almost every conceivable subjects although his main contributions were to botany; spent his youth chiefly in France and Italy and at the age of 18 sailed to Philadelphia where he lived for three years; moved to Sicily where he stayed for 14 years; in July sailed again for the United States where he landed nearly four months later without property, books, or collections as the vessel he boarded wrecked off at Long Island Sound; professor of botany at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky — ; eventually drifted to Philadelphia where he died in great poverty.

Graslin ; Lhoste — ; Cambefort French paleobotanist and geologist; professor of geology, mineralogy and botany at the Faculty of Science of Bordeaux. Russian political philosopher, naturalist, mineralogist, and geologist; studied in Leiden; lived in Switzerland from to Minina ; Weidmann , P. Austrian coleopterist; studied medicine at the University of Vienna; professor of zoology at the University of Prague; worked at the insect collection of the Imperial Natural History Collection the future Natural History Museum in Vienna as research assistant, adjunct curator, curator, chairman, and director; his collection of Austrian Coleoptera is at the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna.

Wurzbach ; Westwood xliii—xliv ; Klausnitzer 92—96, P. Austrian physician in Vienna; brother of Ludwig Redtenbacher [q. Schlager German physician and naturalist; professor of medicine at the University of Erlangen; later, professor at the University of Berlin. Pagel Brisout de Barneville , P ; Gouillard 44, P.

German botanist and ornithologist; director of the Dresden natural history museum and professor at the Surgical-Medical Academy in Dresden — ; director of the Dresden botanical gardens. Friedrich ; Hess French lawyer and agronomist; chief inspector of agriculture. Tochon a; b ; Albrier Swedish chemist, botanist and entomologist; professor of natural history, economics and chemistry at the University of Lund. Anonymous ; Hoefer Richter, C. Teacher and later court district secretary in Brzeg, Poland.

French apothecary and naturalist; professor of physical and natural sciences at the Lyceum of Nice; professor of medical chemistry at the Nice Medical and Pharmacy Preparatory School. Dutch entomologist; curator at the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlike in Leiden — Anonymous , P ; Holthuis 60—61, P. Schinz ; Wunschmann ; Anonymous c. Katter ; Cambefort Italian physician and entomologist; professor of logic at the University of Pisa — , afterward professor of entomology — ; first university professor of entomology in the world; the whereabouts of his collections are unknown. Baccetti ; Conci — German naturalist, politician and science popularizer; professor of zoology and botany at the forestry college in Tharandt — ; deputy of Pirna in the Frankfurt National Assembly — ; dismissed on assumption of high treason, he was acquitted and then moved to Leipzig.

Schmidt ; Ratzeburg — ; Wunschmann German noble baron , historian and naturalist in Immendingen, Germany; his ambition was to improve agriculture for the benefit of the common good. Gradmann — ; Anonymous ; Anonymous c. Anonymous a ; Anonymous d. Anonymous b ; Carrington Finnish naturalist; professor of natural history and economy at the University of Turku; later, professor of zoology and botany at the University of Helsinki; founded the Societas pro Fauna et Flora Fennica; his collection is at the Finnish Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki.

Finnish physician and naturalist; son of Carl Reinhold Sahlberg [q. Renvall — ; Smetana and Herman —, P. French naturalist and antiquarian; served in the French expeditionary force in the French Antilles — ; later, professor of natural history at the college of Lot-et-Garonne department in Agen. Jouannet ; Ducourneau —, P ; Philbert ; Hoefer : — ; Chambers Swiss naturalist interested in botany, entomology, and conchology.

Salis-Marschlins Harvey et al. Anonymous b, P ; Poulton , P ; Foote c. Peters River, Lake Winnipeg, and Lake of the Woods ; curator at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia — ; later, settled in New Harmony, Indiana — ; most of his collection has been destroyed but of his specimens are conserved in the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Cambridge. German clergyman, naturalist, private teacher, and paper maker in Regensburg. Hinrichsen — ; Anonymous b, P ; Anonymous d, P. Kiesenwetter ; Ratzeburg — Swiss natural history illustrator, engraver and poet.

Brunn ; Weidner — ; Thanner et al. German coleopterist and professor in Laucha. John , P. Scheuereck [Scheureck], Friedrich [Fridrich] August. Artist and engraver in Leipzig. German educator and naturalist; professor of natural history at the Maria Magdalenen Gymnasium in Breslau from to Horn , P ; Pape Hunziker ; Mearns and Mearns ; Watkins and Boelens Danish entomologist; professor at the National Agricultural school in Copenhagen — ; director of the entomology section at the Natural History Museum of Copenhagen from ; also professor at the University of Copenhagen.

German entomologist who worked mainly on Cynipidae; assistant at the Geologisch-Mineralogischen Institut of the University of Halle for many years. Haupt , P ; Taschenberg a, P. Schluga, Joannes Baptista.

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Slovenian naturalist and physician in Vienna. Prussian physician and naturalist, interested as an entomologist mainly in Coleoptera; practicing physician and teacher at the Royal Gymnasium in Stettin. Dieckhoff Bohemian physician and naturalist; professor in Prague and later professor of zoology at the University of Lemberg in Ukraine; his Burmese Coleoptera are at the Natural History Museum in Prague.

German physician, naturalist and meteorologist in Leipzig. Baur ; Richter Grewolls Anonymous a, P ; Heller , P. Ris German naturalist, ex Jesuit, and priest; professor of mathematics and physics at the lyceum in Amberg Bavaria before teaching botany and rural economy at the University of Ingolstadt in Bavaria and later at Landshut; director of the botanical garden in Munich. German physician, naturalist and philosopher; professor at the University of Erlangen and later at Munich. Wagner ; Hess b ; Fromm ; Petermann , P.

German educator and naturalist; schoolmaster in Berlin. Koner ; Schalow — German educator; professor of natural sciences in Cassel. Weber — ; Gross 8. German botanist; professor of botany and natural history — at the University of Leipzig. Wunschmann b ; Frahm and Egger — German executive public servant and entomologist.

Priem ; Mummenhoff ; Grieb Italian physician, botanist and entomologist; practiced medicine in Vienna and Carniola; professor of mineralogy and metallurgy in Schemnitz, Hungary — ; professor of chemistry and botany at the University of Pavia — ; the whereabouts of his insect collection are unknown. German clergyman, theologian, and entomologist; pastor in Hessen-Darmstadt.

Ernesti 52—53 ; Winter ; Weidner — American paleontologist and entomologist; secretary, librarian, curator, vice president and president of the Boston Society of Natural History — ; assistant librarian at Harvard University — ; paleontologist for the U. Geological Survey — ; described over fossil insects which are at the Museum of Comparative Zoology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Bickhardt , P ; Hedicke French army medical officer and amateur entomologist.

Cosson xcviii—xcix ; Constantin French geologist and naturalist; professor of mineralogy and geology at Montpellier University from Rumelin — ; Rouville British physician and entomologist particularly interested in Coleoptera; practicing physician in Dumfriesshire — ; curator at the University Museum in Cambridge — ; editor of the entomology section of the Zoological Record for several years; his collections are in the Natural History Museum in London. British physician, deacon and naturalist; co-founder of the Linnaean Society in ; assistant lecturer in botany at Oxford University; later, librarian and curator at the British Museum Natural History.

Newman ; Woodward ; Foote d. Norwegian entomologist; curator of entomology at the Zoological Museum of the University of Christiana — ; also taught natural history in various schools in Christiania for 27 years; his collection of Norwegian insects is at the Zoological Museum, University of Oslo. Schneider ; Natvig 22—25, P ; Evenhuis b: , P.

Siegel, Moritz. Civil servant for the department of buildings Baudepartement in Laibacher, Carniola currently Ljubljana in Slovenia.

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Hungarian high school teacher and botanist, born Ludwig Philipp Simkovics; taught in today Oradea, Pancevo — , Arad — , and Budapest — Tuzson , P ; Somlyay , P. Carter , P ; Zimmerman , P. British engraver and entomologist, particularly interested in Hymenoptera; curator of the collections and library of the Entomological Society of London — ; subsequently, curator at the British Museum Natural History in London; not known to own a collection of Coleoptera. Anonymous ; Dunning , P ; Gilbert 53—54, P. Dutch illustrator and entomologist, financially more or less independent; curator at the Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum in Leiden — ; his collection was purchased by the Museum.

May ; van der Wulp , P ; Krikken et al. French military and entomologist; captain of engineers in the French army — ; collected in France, Algeria and the Mediterranean region; his collection was scattered after his death by Achille Deyrolle. British naturalist and illustrator; primarily noted for his botanical and mineralogical illustrations.

Simpkins ; Damkaer —, P ; Cleevely , P. Hungarian Jesuit and coleopterist; teacher and later director at the gymnasium in Kalocsa where his collection was deposited. Italian entomologist of independent means; his contributions were mainly in the orders Hymenoptera, Hemiptera and Coleoptera; his collections are in the Museo Regionale di Science Naturali in Turin.

Scottish naturalist and printer in Edinburgh. Steffahny, Gustav Emil. Polish physician in Puck. German geographer; professor at a gymnasium in a Berlin monastery. German court and chief architect in Weimar. British entomologist; clerk in the Admiralty at Somerset House in London; retired in to work unpaid at the British Museum Natural History ; his collection was purchased by the British Museum. Swiss physician and entomologist particularly interested in Coleoptera; practiced medicine in the Canton of Schaffhausen; his collection was purchased by Otto Leonhard of Dresden.

Daniel —, P ; Stierlin , P. German naturalist, particularly interested in botany and beetles, insect dealer, illustrator and engraver in Nuremberg; received in a Ph.

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German engraver and naturalist in Nuremberg; son of Jacob Sturm [q. Hauck ; Mearns and Mearns —, P. German physician and naturalist; professor of natural history and curator of the natural history museum in Mannheim. Swiss physician and entomologist in Winterthur.

Hegner British naturalist, traveler and illustrator; worked for the Army Commissariat in Sicily — ; explored Brazil where he collected extensively — ; upon his return, lived in England, earning a living as an artist and author, before moving with his family to New Zealand in ; his collections were sold at auction in London in and French naturalist interested mainly in Coleoptera, Lepidoptera and shells; built up a collection of Curculionidae, rich in species from Morocco, which was acquired by Jules Desbrochers des Loges [q.

German entomologist; professor of entomology at the University of Halle Saale. Taschenberg b. Koenig-Warthausen ; Jentsch German forester; from , chief forester in Eibenstock, Saxony. Ratzeburg — ; Hess — Swedish entomologist; adjunct professor and curator of the entomological collections at the Zoological Museum, University of Lund; his collection of Coleoptera is at that museum. Bengtsson , P ; Smetana and Herman —, P. Hayek ; Cambefort —, P.

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Thon, Theodor C. German naturalist, mineralogist and stenographer; lecturer and later professor at the University of Jena; established the journal Entomologisches Archiv of which two volumes were issued, — Mitzschke Tigny, F. Walckenaer — Tournier, Henri 26 September — 27 August British scholar, scientist, and settler; travelled extensively in Europe, collaborating with professors at the Universities he visited; landed in Sydney, Australia, in with the approval of the British government but soon got confronted with the hot-tempered governor William Bligh, former commander of H.

Bounty, over his grant of land. Goodin ; Torrens , P; Calvert , P ; Garro , P. Truqui, Eugen [Eugene, Eugenio]? Italian botanist and practicing physician in Vicenza. Baseggio ; Stafleu and Cowan British physician and naturalist, particularly interested in conchology; practiced medicine in Swansea, Dublin, Torquay and Bideford.

Stafleu and Cowan ; Damkaer — ; Woodward c. Mallis — ; Spilman 4—6, P. Van den Branden, Constant. Morren Spanish geologist, paleontologist and prehistorian; professor of natural history at the University of Oviedo; later, professor at the University of Madrid, teaching first natural history and later geology and paleontology. Italian government employee and naturalist; formed with his brother Giovanni Battista a small museum, particularly strong in shells, insects, minerals and fossils, which was destroyed.

French naturalist; professor of physics in Lyon; his collections were sold to a Mr. Tissier in Lyon and their whereabouts are unknown. Mulsant Dutch civil servant educated as a physician, illustrator and entomologist. Eijnatten German zoologist, geologist and physiologist; professor of zoology at the University of Giessen; elected to the Frankfurt Parliament — ; later, moved to Switzerland and became professor of geology and zoology at the University of Geneva; proponent of polygenist evolution.

Krause ; Taschenberg ; Judel , P. German physician and naturalist; professor of medicine and botany and director of the botanical garden in Jena — Wunschmann a ; Robin German forester and entomologist; his collection of Coleoptera is at the Kulturhistorisches Museum Magdeburg. Kraatz ; Bandoly Hoefer b: — ; Fierro 13 ; Evenhuis a: British entomologist; worked on contract for the British Museum — ; well known for describing more than 23, new taxa in several orders in the series of British Museum Catalogues.

Newman b ; Papavero — ; Graham , P ; Harvey et al. German physician, naturalist and insect dealer; professor of natural history, chemistry and technology in Passau; his collection of Coleoptera is at the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna. Evenhuis b: ; Beolens et al.


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British sugar refiner and entomologist particularly interested in Curculionidae; his collection was sold at auction in and several lots were bought by the British Museum Natural History and the Oxford University Museum. Smith — ; Gilbert Austrian Jesuit and naturalist, mainly interested in myrmecophiles and termitophiles; the journal The Wasmann Journal of Biology was established by the Jesuits in his honor; his myrmecophilous and termitophilous Coleoptera are at the Natuurhistorich Museum in Maastricht, Netherlands.

British entomologist, interested mainly in Coleoptera; curator in entomology at the British Museum — ; son of George Robert Waterhouse [q. Champion , P ; Distant ; Zimmerman , P.


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British naturalist; curator at the museum of the Zoological Society of London; later, assistant curator of mineralogy and geology at the British Museum and eventually curator upon the death of Charles Konig; invited to join Charles Darwin on the voyage of the Beagle but declined; his types are in the Natural History Museum and his British beetle collection was passed on to his sons. Waterhouse ; Woodward ; Desmond b ; Gilbert German physician, botanist and entomologist; pupil of Johann Christian Fabricius [q. Wunschmann b ; Evenhuis b: , P.

Weis ; Letzner 13— Heikertinger , P. Austrian apothecary, physician and naturalist; professor of natural history at the University of Vienna. Hecker ; Wurzbach Constantin 90 ; Cambefort German naturalist and high school teacher at Aurich in Lower Saxony. Stafleu and Cowan Reeker , P ; Berger British entomologist and paleontologist; professor of entomology at the University of Oxford; founding member of the Entomological Society of London; his collections were purchased by the Reverend Hope who gave them to the University of Oxford.

British entomologist; curator of the entomological collections at the British Museum — ; forced to retire after a nervous breakdown; his collection is at the Natural History Museum in London. Nitzsch ; Pont ; Evenhuis and Pont Anonymous c ; Adler 28—29, P ; Evenhuis b: , P. German physician and naturalist; professor of comparative anatomy, physiology and natural history at the University of Giessen and director of the botanical garden in the same city. German protestant pastor and naturalist in Augsburg. Anonymous a ; Pfeuffer —, P ; Anonymous , P. German professor at the Gymnasium Andreanum in Hildesheim.

German protestant pastor in Berlin. Anonymous b ; Anonymous — ; Sydow — Scottish zoologist of independent means; his collection of insects was purchased by the British Museum Natural History in Anonymous b ; Hamilton , P ; Woodward b ; Foote g. German educator and ornithologist in Nuremberg. British entomologist; his fragile health forced him to spent winters in milder climate and so investigated several North Atlantic islands such as Madeira, Canaries, and Cape Verde; the vast majority of his beetles are deposited at the Natural History Museum in London and the Oxford University Museum.

British naturalist, lecturer and writer; chaplain at St. Wood , P ; Upton ; Woodward d, P. British surgeon, malacologist and entomologist; practiced first in Wingham, near Canterbury, and later in London up to ; after, entered into business as a bookseller and publisher, dealing chiefly with natural history works.

Woodward ; Coan and Petit 1—5. Austrian Jesuit priest, botanist, mineralogist and alpinist; school teacher chiefly of mathematics and physics in several cities in Europe; discovered the lead molybdate mineral wulfenite.